Statewide News

Texas Parks and Wildlife Creates New Marine Investigations Unit

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Law Enforcement Division has formed a new Marine Investigations Unit made up of Texas game wardens who will work to combat boat theft, personal watercraft theft and related fraud.

Texans: Report Suspicious Activities Through State Website

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) encourages residents to report suspicious behaviors that might indicate criminal or terrorist activity to the department’s iWATCH website at 

Helpful Tips to Prepare for Hurricane Season

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding residents about the upcoming hurricane season and urging individuals to start preparing for any possible storms. Hurricane season begins June 1 and continues through Nov. 30.

LA man accused of incest, cruelty to juveniles captured in TX

A Vinton man was tracked down in Texas after a Grand Jury indicted him for charges related to incest and cruelty to juveniles.

VIDEO: TX woman dies, delivers baby, then comes back to life

When a pregnant teacher in Texas collapsed, her coworkers rushed to help. The woman technically died, gave birth, and then was brought back to life. Three month old baby Elayna now weighs a whopping nine pounds.

Mom dies, gives birth, then is revived -- and they're both fine

Three-month-old Elayna Nigrelli has redefined what it means to be a miracle baby. She was born while her mother was technically dead.

VIDEO: Gay TX 'Eagle Scout' speaks out new change for Boy Scouts of America

The Boy Scouts of America voted Thursday to allow openly gay youth to become Boy Scouts. More than 60 percent of the group's national council voted "yes" to approve the change.

Deputy: Man shoots wife, asked neighbor to watch kids

Jefferson County (KBMT) -- Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a shooting that happened at a home located at 15600 Heckaman Loop in Hamshire. Deputy Rod Carroll told 12News the shooting was reported around 11 a.m.

Americans having their say on divisive Keystone pipeline plan

Jobs, say hundreds of thousands of people. Pollution, say hundreds of thousands of others.

Board votes 18-2 to end CSCOPE

The CSCOPE Board has voted 18-2 to end the CSCOPE lesson plans as promised in the letter given to Dan Patrick on Sunday.